It was originally the residence of Lu Zongyu, the embassy stationed in Japan during the period of the Beiyang government. Puyi was renamed Jingyuan after he moved in. The ticket is 20 yuan. The right hand of the entrance door is an image data, you can read this image history data here and then visit in detail. The main building is eclecticism style, and it has the characteristics of Japanese wooden structure and the traces of Spanish architecture. In addition to the image reference room, there are pictures, photographs and cultural relics exhibition room. With the theme of "Dusk of the Forbidden City" "Residence at Jinmen" "After the Pass", the exhibition hall displays more than 100 precious photographs in three parts. Here we can learn about the experience of Puyi, the last emperor of China.